COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS

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COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS

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1. Issue of process (summons or warrant) is provided for under

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2. Personal attendance of an accused can be dispensed with under the provisions of Section _______ of the Code of Criminal Procedure

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3. Where the Court has dispensed with the personal attendance of the accused in Summons case, the Court may allow him

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4. If the complainant fails to file the list of witnesses before issuance of summons or warrant to the accused

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5. Special summons under section 206 of Cr.P.C. can be issued

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6. In petty offences the accused may plead guilty

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7. The maximum amount of fine specified in cases of petty offences under section 206 of the CrPC is

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8. Under section 209 of CrPC, a case can be committed to the Court of Session

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9. Section 210 of the Code of Criminal Procedure provides for

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10. Committal proceedings under section 209 of CrPC are in the nature of

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  1. Issue of process (summons or warrant) is provided for under
    a) Section 203 of CrPC
    b) Section 204 of CrPC
    c) Section 205 of CrPC
    d) Section 206 of CrPC
  2. Personal attendance of an accused can be dispensed with under the provisions of Section _ of the Code of Criminal Procedure
    a) Section 202
    b) Section 203
    c) Section 204
    d) Section 205
  3. Where the Court has dispensed with the personal attendance of the accused in Summons case, the Court may allow him
    a) Through his counsel
    b) By supplying questionnaire
    c) Dispense with his examination
    d) Must recall the order of dispensing attendance and make order to present in person for examination
  4. If the complainant fails to file the list of witnesses before issuance of summons or warrant to the accused
    a) The same can be filed at any time thereafter without the permission of the court
    b) The same can be filed at any time thereafter only with the permission of the Court
    c) The same cannot be filed thereafter
    d) Either (a) or (b)
  5. Special summons under section 206 of Cr.P.C. can be issued
    a) By a Magistrate only
    b) By a Court of Sessions
    c) By a Magistrate as well as the Court of Sessions
    d) By the High Court
  6. In petty offences the accused may plead guilty
    a) In person
    b) Through an advocate
    c) By transmitting plea through post or messenger
    d) Either (a) or (b) or (c)
  7. The maximum amount of fine specified in cases of petty offences under section 206 of the CrPC is
    a) Rs. 100
    b) Rs. 500
    c) Rs. 1000
    d) Rs. 2000
  8. Under section 209 of CrPC, a case can be committed to the Court of Session
    a) If the offence is exclusively triable by the Court of Sessions
    b) If the Magistrate thinks that case ought to be tried by the Court of Sessions
    c) Both (a) and (b)
    d) Only (b) and not (a)
  9. Section 210 of the Code of Criminal Procedure provides for
    a) Stay of police investigation
    b) Stay of proceedings in complaint case
    c) Both (a) and (b)
    d) Neither (a) nor (b)
  10. Committal proceedings under section 209 of CrPC are in the nature of
    a) Inquiry
    b) Trial
    c) Aid in investigation
    d) Either inquiry or trial

Answer 1. B 2. D 3. A 4. B 5. A 6. D 7. C 8. A 9. B 10. A

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